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  ABC    ABC7 News 1100AM    News  News/Business. New. (CC)  

    July 11, 2013
    11:00 - 11:31am PDT  

>> abc7 news starts right now with breaking news. >> the breaking news overnight from oakland where police arrest the father of a missing toddler as they continue to search for the girl, the amber alert is still on. >> good morning, i am eric thomas. >> the father said he left his daughter in the vehicle and she was gone when he returned. the arrest comes after a door do door search for daphne viola webb. katie marzullo has the latest from oakland. >> police just gave us new information on this case. one, they have arrested the girl's father, john webb.
two, the active search for the girl continues. this is still a missing person kidnapping case. look at this video just from this morning. you can see the police k-9 unit at the family home. it is one of three search locations. there is the waterfront near the airport, that is duelittle and 79 usual and international boulevard where he says his daughter was snatched from a car yesterday around 11:00 arm which led to his arrest last night. police took him in on child endangerment charges. >> investigators became concerned yesterday during the investigation when we learned that he drove to the 1400 block of 79th avenue, he left a 21-month-old child, his little girl, daphne viola webb, in the car with his mother who is 87 years old and suffers from
dementia. there are some safety concerns. >> that being said, bless expect that he will be released on those charges today. they say he along with the mother and other family members are cooperating but we know police got a search warrant before going into the family home. they say that is standard procedure. a large search effort continues today. police, f.b.i., dogs and helicopters and, later, today, a marine unit will aid in the search. a marine unit has underwater capability. >> thank you, katie. now the latest on the asiana flight 214 crash. officials have an estimate for re-opening the runway that flight 214 was trying to land on. we will get the latest on the ntsb crash investigation in a couple of hours. abc7 news reporter is at sfo. amy hollyfield? >> i got briefed bay spokesman who says the runway could open in a couple of days.
i asked him to repeat that and he said, yes, it is possible it could be opened in a couple of days. the effort started overnight. look at this video clearing the runway. you can see they moved big pieces out of the way. they are almost finishing clearing it but they need 500 tons of asphalt to re-pave it. they cannot clean out wreckage until the ntsb released to them and they do not know what damage they will find. >> when we lift up the aircraft and move it out of the way, that is left to be done under the aircraft? we expect there will be a lot of hazardous material, jet fuel, hydraulic fuel to be cleaned up in the area. we also expect well have to re-pave the section of asphalt on the runway that was damaged by the accident. we also the work with the f.a.a. to reinstall the precision approach path indicator that was damaged in the incident.
>> they are hoping ntsb will town the records over to them today and they will practice moving it. they don't know if it will buckle when they lit it, if it will leak. they will be gentle but they have to work quickly. 10 percent of flights are canceled at sfo each day. ntsb investigators think they are going to still be here for a while but the chairman is about to head home. she is meeting with victims and families this morning. she will hold her last briefing at 2:00 this afternoon. >> thank you. a crew member from the plight is already making her way back home. she arrived if south korea today and through a translators offered condolences to the victims. >> i have kids at home so i wanted to come to korea. i am happy we are here now. my heart breaks when i think of our colleagues and patients at the hospital. >> she is called a hero if helping so many passengers to
safe and carrying one on her back despite having a broken tailbone. >> extent chinese students who survived the crash finally got to see san francisco last night. these are perks from the dinner they attended at the chinese consequence general's home in san francisco. students posted other pictures on social media saying that the counsel general encouraged them to be brave and offered continued support. earlier, he arranged for students to have video conversations with families back home and at the dinner he gave them san francisco t-shirts. one student described this meal as a "much needed state of home," and he sent me a message this morning saying and i quote, "san francisco is a great city." >> abc7 news has obtained the dramatic 9-1-1 calls made directly from passengers who escaped the crash plane. a range of motions from passengers. one was calm. another was more agitated as they waited.
>> we are at the for for and we saw a plane crash. a lot of people need help. is there any way you can get people here? >> were you on the plane? >> i was. we are on the ground, been here 20 minutes or half an hour and people are waiting on the tarmac with critical injuries. we are trying to keep people alive. >> the san francisco fire department says in a large-scale emergency they stage ambulances a distance away from the aircraft in case it explodes and they say the victims may not have seen a lot of medical personnel but they were working triage. we will continue coverage of asiana flight 214 and the ntsb will hold the last briefing at 2:00 p.m. when it happens we will bring it to you live right here on abc7 news. you can also watch it on our new abc7 news app and on >> san francisco police are investigating a shooting in the city's bayview district this
morning. a 28-year-old man was shot several times near the intersection at lane street and was taken to the general hospital. his condition is not known. the suspect who opened fire got away. officers are still looking for that suspect right now. >> a santa rosa man is in the hospital after a power much hash oil explosion. police say the 31-year-old man was making hash oil in his bathroom and the laboratory exploded. when cooked down it is the most potent form of marijuana. he suffered severe burns across most of his body and is in life-threatening condition. two women were also in the apartment when the explosion took place but they were not hurt. >> all lanes of southbound 101 through sausalito are open after a downed street snarled the commute. the tree fell and landed across three southbound lanes near the spencer avenue exit in sausalito. one car could not avoid hitting it and drove it to the branches. all of this happened north of the waldo tunnel and it took a while before emergency crews
were able to clear the tree from the lanes and re-open traffic. the cause of the fallen tree is not determined and the highway patrol says the tree was planned on caltran property. >> san francisco jury of international sailing experts is getting ready to rule on controversial safety recommendations involving the america's cup. at stake is whether to uphold safety recommendations made by the regatta director, his recommendations which permit the use of larger, heavier wings on the rudders of the catamarans to increase stability after the accident that killed a sailor with new zealand and italy protesting the changes maintaining the design rules were agreed to years ago and only benefit the two teams that have capsized, sweden and america. one sponsor of the cup wants a refund: louis vuitton is asking $3 million of the $10 million be
refunded because it was based on eight teams competeing and who will sail against oracle. >> a suspect ordered a family of five to get out of the their car at a gas station on foothill boulevard before 10:30 last night, and the family says the suspect point add gun at the boy's father and threatened the family. the driver took off before the child was out. 20 minutes later the baby was found in his car seat wrapped in jackets and policed on the sidewalk a few blocks away on the avenue. >> the people that took the car left the jackets on top of baby so i guess they were not trying to...kill the baby or hurt the baby. it was because of the car. >> the family and baby were reunited a short time later. police are still looking for the van and the suspects.
>> two teen girl accused of violent attack on muni are under arrest thanks to a tip to police. we showed you the surveillance video last month. you can clearly see two girl on the train in the bayview district. one girl grabs a 68-year-old woman's purse, punches her and takes off. over the week someone called the group fugitive watch and identified one of the girls who was already in police custody for something else and the second suspect turned herself in on sunday. >> next on abc7 news, talk about stuck in the mud. dramatic video from inside a car caught if a mudslide. >> hit-and-run accident and shocking surveillance video that police hope will lead them to
>> take a look at this. face to face with a wall of mad with flash floods creating a mess in colorado. wildfires have burned brush and trees, producing the large amount of water and heavy rain. a newspaper photographer captured this video as it was swept away and buried in mud. he get out safely. more drivers got caught in the slide burying some to their windshield. it could take days for the mess to be cleaned up. >> happening now inned if, closing arguments are underway in the murder trial of george zimmerman. a look now inside the florida courtroom, the volunteer neighborhood watchman accused of
shooting and kill unarmed teenager tray last year saying he acted in self-defense. the all woman jury will now be able to consider the lesser charge of manslaughter when they get the case. the judge ruled that this morning. felony murder in the third degree is off the table, and the jury could begin deliberating tomorrow. >> police in michigan are trying to identify a driver would backed into a woman pushing a stroller with her child inside. it happened in a store parking lot, and the van dragged the stroller a short distance and you can see in the surveillance video...the van's driver stops and the mother gets the boy out of the stroller and the van speeds away with the stroller still attached. amazingly, the one-year-old inside the stroller was not hurt. >> doesn't get much scary than that. >> mike has the forecast the. >> pretty gray. the clouds are being more
stubborn as we look on the boats as in the mc's k we will talk about how calm the water is. that will pick up, the winds, and a warming trend is on the way in the forecast. >> guess what? new york is surpassed san francisco for the highest rent. how much you will pay for a small bite of the big
>> covering daly city, dublin/pleasanton, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> crews will be in south san jose spraying against mosquitoes infected with west nile virus
where a dead crow was found. ground fogging will take place until 2:00 a.m. this morning. the fogging kills inspected mosquitoes that could spread the virus to people. >> happening now if you want something for free, head to a 7/11. they are celebrating their 86th birthday with small slurpees, double the size they is given in the past. you can get one from 11 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at participating stores. they do run out, right, mike? >> but they have to waited until after the weather forecast. some areas are remain what, but today is a cooler day in the forecast. good morning, everyone, nice to see everyone. we will show you what is going on with live doppler 7 hd with radar on there. there is no radar return.
we have the satellite and the clouds are thick in many areas as in the north bay around marin county headed to petaluma and along the coast and pushing through the golden gate. two hour and 39 minute flight arrive delays because of low clouds. the satellite shows how much slower the clouds are to retreat back to the coast and the slightly cooler air mass because of an area of low pressure to the north which is why we are cooler. i was out an hour and a half ago and there is a little bit of mist and drizzle in the air over san francisco and the temperatures are only in the mid-to-upper 50's. some people like that, but, some people want warmer weather and we will see to we can find that. in pleasanton and tracy at 70 and 79, and saratoga at 70 and 71 and 59 right now and still, 55 in richmond and 57 in petaluma, so, temperatures are all over the scale because of the cloud cover, here is another look at the boats that are going
to be around for the america's cup, and we will talk about about...the bay looks like glass this morning. the cooling is spread inland today and the east bay valley will see the biggest drop compared to year. clouds tonight and drizzle is possible again. the highs will start to warm up slowly this week. we are not looking at huge warming trend this weekend but we will try to get to average if today. only the east bay valley is close to average and oakland and san francisco three to ten degrees cooler than where we should be. we have dry air over the top of us so if we get the atmosphere overturned we will get a lot of sunshine and that will happen this afternoon but the coast will be senator my and the dry air kept all the moisture away so we did not have the themes yesterday afternoon and they stayed to the south like we not they would. more sunshine in los gatos and mid-80's, but let to mid-70's for most of the south bay with let to mid-70's on the peninsula
and temperatures in san mateo in the mid-to-upper sit, the coast will be 50's and 60's but not so brick. mid-60's downtown, and south san francisco, sausalito, and mid-to-upper 70's through the north bay valley and 20 degrees cooler at the beach and 60's around richmond and berkeley the last to see sunshine. low-to-mid 70's for everyone else. headed inland we will have mid-80's and a few upper 80's. tonight, almost a carbon copy of this morning, with temperatures free air conditioning at low-to-mid 50's. seven-day forecast shows tomorrow, same players are dominating the weather and it will not change much, maybe a degree or two cooler, saturday through wednesday, we will be near 60 at the coast and 80 around the bay and 90 inland which is where we should be for this time of the year. >> enjoy the cool weather. >> with your slurpy. >> exactly. more news now. if you think our rents in the bay area are high, try new york city. the new york post is reporting that the represents have
skyrocketed with the average inly apartment now costs more than $3,000 for the first time compared to the average national apartment rent is a little over $1,000 or 30 percent of the new york average. that is according to real estate research fell. second place, san francisco, is not even close, nearly $2,000 a movement. >> listen to this, literally. researchers at prince stop -- prince stop have new technology for a printer, creating the first bionic ear with the ink cells from cows. doctors hope the medical break through will help children born without ears or those who lose them during accidents, the way you can use 3-d printing, growing by leaps and bounds. we are a sponsor of the aids walk in san francisco held
sunday july 21. many of us will be out there and dan's band will be out there to help out a good cause. >> we will have the top story ahead. >> today we will talk with the biggest legends this sport whose have inspired female athletes, including robin roberts the executive producer of "9 for 9" and
>> on abc7 news at 4:00, a rubberband invention that can save lives. on abc7 news at 5:00, how the california law that some say has hurt fertility research could soon change. >> now the latest on the investigation into the crash of asiana flight 214. crews have started removing several large pieces of the plane's wreck average including an engine from the tarmac at sfo. the ntsb released the runway back to the airport although parts of the plane are on the runway today. 9-1-1 tapes obtained by abc7 news are revealing dramatic moments follow the crash. stay with us for continuing
coverage of the crash of asiana flight 214 with the ntsb holding a briefing at 2:00. when it happens we will bring it to you live here and on our news app and our website. >> thank you for joining us. have a
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